About Sollers

Sollers is a graduate school located in New Jersey, specializing in clinical research, drug safety and pharmacovigilance training.

Our graduate certificate and masters programs cover a wide range of subjects tailored to this fast growing industry, and our graduates go on to highly successful careers in the pharmaceuticals industry and healthcare industries.

  • HOURS
  • Monday - Thursday | 10 AM - 7 PM
  • Friday | 12 PM - Midnight
  • Saturday | 12 PM - Midnight
  • Sunday | Closed
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    • PHONE
    • (848) 299-5900
    • Location
    • 100 Menlo Park, Suite 550
      Edison New Jersey 08837 -2488

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Why Data Science is Integral to the Clinical and Healthcare Fields

Posted by Sollers Team on Jul 2, 2019 10:44:54 AM

In order to reap the benefits of data, it calls for evolving an organization-wide data science strategy. What with many other segments such as banking has adopted Data Science, health care is an exception. With the absence of a data science strategy, healthcare firms find it difficult to handle the increasing volume of data. Also, individual clinicians find it cumbersome to improve the safety, quality and efficiency of the care they provide. An effective data science strategy for health care organizations is, therefore, the need of the hour, says, a catalyst.nejm.org report. Data Science has five key components.

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Topics: SAS Clinical, career advice, certificate program, SAS Analytics

The Role of SAS in Clinical Research and Clinical Trial Management

Posted by Sollers Team on Jul 1, 2019 7:09:53 AM

Statistical Analysis System, or SAS, has been the industry standard for data management and analytics of large volumes of data. It’s a very flexible platform that provides users various means to manipulate, analyze, process, and report on data. 

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Topics: SAS Clinical, career advice, certificate program, SAS Analytics

What's so Important About SAS?

Posted by Justin Mingo on Feb 13, 2019 11:31:08 AM

Statistical Analysis System, or SAS, has been the industry standard for data management and analytics of large volumes of data. It’s a very flexible platform that provides users various means to manipulate, analyze, process, and report on data.  

What is SAS Used for?

Imagine AstraZeneca managing the production, provenance, current location, destination, or pharmacy customer for every pill produced. Imagine Lufthansa managing the air tickets and flight data for millions of customers every day. Or perhaps Honda tracking the inventory for every vehicle produced and for sale around the world - plus data on which parts are included in which models at any given location; in case of a product recall? These are all examples of things that can be done with SAS. AstraZeneca, Lufthansa, and Honda are all companies that use SAS in their everyday business. SAS is an invaluable tool for business in the 21st century.

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Topics: SAS Clinical, career advice, certificate program, SAS Analytics

5 Reasons Why Sollers College Location Benefits YOU

Posted by Kyle Grappone on Jun 1, 2018 2:29:55 PM

Welcome to Sollers College. Yes, we are located in a mall. We know what you may be thinking, “A mall? Isn’t that weird?” We prefer to use the adjectives such as ‘convenient’ and ‘innovative’. Being located in the Menlo Park Mall, allows us to fit perfectly into the busy, day-to-day hustle that is your life. People often avoid going back to school or continuing their education because they believe they do not have the time. They believe they simply cannot fit it into their lives. However, you may be surprised why Sollers College is an ideal location to fit any lifestyle.

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Topics: Data Analysis, clinical trial courses, SAS Clinical, careers, career advice, student profiles

Quick Guide: How to get experience in Clinical SAS Analytics

Posted by Khyati Mehta on Apr 6, 2018 2:44:34 PM

The global impact of data across academia and industry has given rise to multi-disciplinary professionals eager to gain necessary skills to make data-backed decisions. For healthcare and clinical research fields, the need for statistical and computational resources is even greater.  No wonder then, that careers in clinical biostatistics and SAS programming are expected to grow by 20%, according to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics.

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Topics: Data Analysis, Clinical Research, SAS Clinical, careers, career advice

Are you a Foreign Medical Graduate? Here are Five Alternate Career Choices

Posted by Sollers Team on Mar 5, 2018 3:05:57 PM

If you are a doctor born and educated outside the US, and have tried to practice medicine in the US, you know that it is a long and tedious journey. All states have various requirements that need to be satisfied in order to practice medicine, such as studying for and successfully completing the so-called “STEP” exams, as there are three steps to completion.  Additionally, there is a certification by the Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates that must be completed. Finally, proficiency in English and participating in a medical residency, which can take years, and a great deal of money, completes the requirements. Not to mention the emotional, financial and social toll these processes can take on you if you cannot clear any step or fail to find a good residency program.

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Topics: General Medical, clinical trial courses, Pharmacovigilance, Data Science, Clinical Trail Management, SAS Clinical

Become a Clinical Trial Management System Professional at Sollers College

Posted by Shilpa G. on Feb 21, 2018 11:07:35 AM

What is a Clinical Trial Management System?

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Topics: clinical trial courses, SAS Clinical

5 Advantages of Using SAS Language in Data Science

Posted by Doctor Dan on Aug 8, 2016 7:57:36 AM

SAS is one of the computer programming languages that is extensively used for statistical analysis. The language originated in the North Carolina State University in United States. It has the ability to read data from all types of databases as well as spreadsheets and to provide output and results based on statistical analysis. Results are displayed in the form of tables, graphs as well as RTF, HTML or as PDF documents.

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Topics: Data Science, SAS Clinical